Storms trigger warnings across central Indiana
A Severe Thunderstorm Warning is in effect for the northern counties in the Indianapolis metro area.
Several warnings have been triggered by a line of storms moving in from the northwest. The series of warnings ran through about 11:15 p.m. as storms moved into downtown Indianapolis.
Flash Flood Warnings have been issued for several counties, including Carroll, Clinton, Delaware, Howard and Madison counties. An areal flood warning is in effect for Carroll and Tippecanoe counties.
Trees and power lines have reportedly been blown over in Hamilton County by the storms.
It will be a warm and muggy night. Patchy fog is possible too.
High heat, high humidity and storm chances stay in the forecast through the weekend.
Scattered storms are possible overnight and on Friday. These storms chances are similar to the last several days. This means it won't rain all day, but there will be complexes of rain and storms that may impact your outdoor plans.
Another weather impact will be the heat. The high heat and high humidity will mean heat index values or feels like temperatures near 100 degrees for Friday and the weekend. Please take precautions from the heat.
Forecast lows are only in the lower 70s and highs will be near 90 degrees Friday through the weekend. This heat and unsettled weather pattern is forecast to last through the middle part of next week.WTHR.com weather tools
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